As Sim Tshabalala pointed out in his keynote, African business people never had to be persuaded that their companies are guided by a higher purpose.
From Nairobi to Dakar the start-up movement has travelled in recent years. From Nairobi to Dakar is where my travels have taken me this year.
With Twiga Foods, the participants of the Learning Journey worked "live" and in "real time" on a case that could write economic history in Africa.
Creating prosperity instead of fighting poverty, Clayton Christensen and Efosa Ojomo say. - But isn't that the same thing? No, it isn't.
I think relations with Africa are a great opportunity to pull Europe out of its lethargy. In my book, I call on European companies, in particular, to invest in African markets. To …
The leadership conference CampQ goes Africa. What we can learn from digital Africa. I am particularly pleased to be able to organize a workshop on Business with Africa. On April 28, 2021. online.
Whatever the term used - agile, people-centric, humanistic – Code of Africa's principles point the way to new forms of collaboration for the digital age.
Lively communities distinguish African from Western societies. They enable people to navigate through a world of uncertainty. In times of COVID, can we in the West learn from this?
African companies will also be hit very hard by the impacts of this pandemic. However, African companies are much more used to a volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous business environment.
How the pandemic might change our interlinked global society. The level of interconnectedness will not decrease compared to the pre-pandemic level but increase. However, it will be different.